The Albert 1er, 67m2 apartment with 2 bedrooms, is ideally located in the heart of the historic center of the ducal city of Uzès. On the first floor of a building of the seventeenth century, it has been redone with a new touch of modernity respecting the charm of stone, wood and old.
The kitchen is fully equipped. The living room, with high French ceiling, is large and bright, we can observe the duchy’s place from the windows. One bedroom overlooks the living room while the other overlooks a private courtyard. The bathroom has a large walk-in shower and a sink.
Situated on the first floor promises easy access to all tenants. The Tourism Office, Duché d’Uzès, Cathedral Saint-Théodorit and Jardin Medieval are just a minute walk from the apartment.
Weekly Price: 588€
Cleaning fee: 90€
2 bedrooms – 1 Bathroom
For decades Place aux Herbes, has been the living room of Uzes, with its fantastic traditional markets, restaurant
terraces, wine bars and boutiques. This charming apartment is located on the quiet southeast corner of this historical square, in a 16th century building, with it spacious and bright living room overlooking the tree-lined square. Adjacent to the living room you will find the newly renovated, very well equipped open plan kitchen with a cozy breakfast area just in front of the south facing balcony.
There is a nice, quiet bedroom with a very comfortable queen size bed and a large storage closet, overlooking a little square to the south of the building. Both the bedroom and the adjacent bathroom are in the back of the apartment, located away from the Place aux Herbes.
The home is tastefully furnished throughout with many personal touches, appointed with a charming and homely mix of antique provencial and contemporary furniture.
The apartment can accommodate four people, with a comfortable sofa bed in the living room for your kids or visiting friends.
Unlimited WIFI is provided all through the apartment.
Situated on the first floor promises easy access to all tenants. The Tourism Office, Duché d’Uzès, Cathedral Saint-Théodorit and Jardin Medieval are just a few minutes walk from the apartment.
Weekly Price: 575€
Cleaning fee: 75€
1 bedroom – 1 Bathroom
Cook’n with Class Uzès – French cooking classes in English
Exploring the food culture of France is a great way to get to know the French and to develop a palette and appreciation for all the country has to offer. It is with this idea in mind – a Taste of France, a love of Cooking and a desire to share French culture with visitors that our French cooking school was born. Through our French cooking classes in Uzès you will explore French cuisine, specifically Mediterranean and Provençale with market visits, local cheese & wine tasting & the occasional anecdotes.
Your French cooking classes starts off with a local FRENCH MARKET TOUR with your French Chef, Eric Fraudeau. You return to the school for a HANDS-ON French cooking experience. You’ll dine together over a 4-course meal including French wine, French cheese & of course, French bread. Don’t worry, we won’t forget the Apéro before the meal to reward ourselves for a job well done.
You will be introduced to a number of French cooking recipes and will be mastering French cooking in no time. All classes are taught in English.
Looking for a fun way to discover Provençale and Mediterranean French Cuisine through regional French cooking recipes while in the South of France? Look no further than our French cooking school, Cook’n with Class Uzès.
Our guests receive 15% off their classes. Ask us for your discount code. Visit their site for more details.
Cook’n with Class Uzès
Chemin du Moulin de Chalier
TEL: +33 (0)4 66 01 35 15
Le Domaine de la Source is a duplex apartment of 76 m2 close to Uzès. Three bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 half-bath. Sleeps 5. Large community pool.
The building was previously a firebrick plant, built in 1869. It was later used as a réglisserie (licorice factory) until 1914 and in the 1950’s the kilns were used to make chaux (powdered lime) for local construction. This historic building, called The Domaine de la Source has been renovated into several apartments. There is an automated entrance gate and private parking.
The two story apartment is located on the second level of the building. On the first floor there is a spacious entrance hall, the kitchen, a WC with lavatory, and a comfortable living-dining area. There are plenty of windows with lovely views of the Uzès countryside and the Valley de l’Eure. There is a TV and a hi-fi system with many CDs, and a cozy club sofa and chairs for relaxing. Books and information on local sites and tourism are at your disposal. The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, microwave oven, cooktop, coffee maker, kettle, toaster and all necessary dishes and accessories. A clothes washer, dryer rack and iron are also in the apartment.
Price range: 600€ – 880€ per week all included
3 bedrooms – 1 Bathroom – 1 Half-bath
5 people – Large Community pool
La Maison Jasmin, dating back to the 17th century, is integrated amongst the old walls of the picturesque, 13th Century medieval hill top village of Castillon du Gard and offers the most wonderful views of the coastal plains of the Rhone. Enter La Maison Jasmin from a narrow cobbled street through a courtyard that in summer is redolent of the scent and welcoming shade of a mature jasmine tree.
The house (a very comfortable 250m2/2,700 sq.ft.) is entirely built of stone that allows it to retain its heat during the winter and remain cool during the summer. Recently renovated to a very high standard, with exquisite attention to detail, the house provides the latest in modern comfort without sacrificing the style of its original architecture.
The ground floor can be made separate to create an apartment with a kitchen, large vaulted living room, a large double bedroom (with a super king or two twin beds), office nook and bathroom with walk-in shower.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms: a very spacious master bedroom (super king), with breathtaking views and morning light, has its luxurious ensuite featuring both a walk-in shower and a large soaking tub; the other two comfortable bedrooms (one king and one super king) share a common bathroom with a walk in shower and a separate toilet. A large welcoming, living room (11 metres long), complete with triple sofas, a majestic fireplace and flat screen TV (satellite) provides calm respite for moments of detente. An adjacent butler’s kitchen makes early morning tea or coffee or evening cocktails an easy option.
On the upper floor is the main kitchen, fully equipped with high-end appliances, and a dining area with a contemporary oak table seats eight guests. From this open living area large french doors lead onto a magical, rooftop terrace planted with wild flowers and a variety herbs for the picking. This roof terrace (58 m2/625 sq.ft.), with a gas barbecue, glass topped dining table for eight guests, parasol, four chaise-longues for sunning, and an outdoor shower, is enough to tempt anyone desiring rest from exploring this most wonderful region.
Castillon du Gard is a beautiful jewel of a village, and within walking distance from La Maison Jasmin are a quality butcher, a baker, a small convenience store, and several restaurants (two of exceptional quality), and a luxury boutique hotel with spa. A thirty minute drive from Avignon or Nimes and an easy twenty minute drive from the aristocratic market town the Duchy of Uzes, Provence is on your door step.
Price range: 2700€ – 3600€
4 bedrooms – 3 Bathrooms
The arrival of cherries indicates that summer is really here. The fruit from the farms and orchards around Uzès will be ready soon and what could be more authentic than picking your own red, juicy cherries? Domaine Natura is located in St Laurent-la-Vernède, a pretty village just 13 kilometers (8 miles) north of Uzès. This is a small winery that not only makes delicious wines, but they have bountiful orchards. Hours are Monday-Saturday 10am-12noon and 3pm-6pm. www.domainenatura.fr
If picking is not an option, look to the markets for an abundance of fresh cherries! You won’t be able to resist.
If you think chickpeas (or garbanzo beans) are just for making hummus, soup or salad bars… think again! In Montaren France, the humble chickpea has been elevated to Festival level. We try to never miss this event, and this year is no different. There will be lots of good food, excellent wines, entertainment and a chance to tour the local gardens. Bring the whole family, because there is something for everyone.
June 5-6-7 in Montaren. Admission is free except for evening music events.
See you there!
Our Apartments La Tour des Rêves (ref#1000476) and La Terrasse d’Austerlitz (ref#1069810) are fully booked for 2015! Here is a solution for you to come to Uzès this year! Dominique has just redecorated it! Watch the video on our Youtube channel.
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Here is another fun look at the open-air market in Uzès. In case you subscribe to TV-5 in the US, there will be a rebroadcast on April 30. We brag about the market in Uzès a lot, but it is every bit as good as we say! Come see for yourself. You won’t be disappointed! Promise.
Be sure and watch this video in the next few days. It is only available on the internet until April 15th, so don’t miss it! French Channel-3 made the film and it was shown in France April 8th. Now we are making it available for you to see as well!
This film is for everyone who has ever been (or would like to go) to the open-air Saturday market in Uzès. Although it is entirely in French, the sights and sounds of the market make the film a delight! The featured chef in the Uzès segment is Oscar Garcia, of La Maison d’Uzès. He is the youngest chef in France to have a Michelin star. We get to follow him through the market as he searches for the local products he uses in his dishes. We get to see Régis Fabre, who has a trout farm and then sells the freshly caught fish at market. There is also a story about the Orthodox nuns from the monastery de Solan who make organic wines as well as jellies from their property. The film starts in Brittany in the town of Morlaix. After watching, we have plans to go there as well! Enjoy the film everyone!